DW’s new multimedia service aims to provide refugees with all the relevant information about Germany as soon as they arrive in the country. So far the online guide is available in six languages. Go to article
Protecting people and planet, promoting prosperity: UNEP director Achim Steiner talked about how to integrate sustainability in development after the UN member countries adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Go to article
Deutsche Welle has opened a new, modern studio in Moscow. The Russian capital remains "one of our most important locations," said Director General Peter Limbourg to around 100 guests. Go to article
Multimedia project “Generation 25 - Children of German Reunification“ by Deutsche Welle in English and German – New survey among Germans born during the country’s reunification reveals their views and expectations. Go to article
“Germany has arrived. It has taken up a position where it always belonged, namely in the heart of Europe”, writes former Foreign Minister Genscher in a DW opinion piece on the 25th anniversary of German Reunification. Go to article
"It's like only African leaders are being arraigned before the ICC," criticized Ghanaian President Mahama. "Africa feels targeted, rightly or wrongly." Full interview on DW’s "Conflict Zone", October 7, at 17.30 UTC. Go to article
DW has compiled the most interesting stories and looks back on the events that led up to the reunification of a divided state in a web special. History enthusiasts can find an overview on dw.com/germanunification.
On DW’s “Conflict Zone” Rama told Tim Sebastian that “Europe needs the Balkans today as much as the Balkans need Europe.” He urged the European Union to protect Albania from “the ghost of the past”.
On "Conflict Zone with Tim Sebastian," the Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjártó denies that his government is xenophobic and calls recent EU talks "wasted time." The DW program airs Wednesday, September 30, at 17.30 UTC.
The Bobs awards honor online projects that transcend language and cultural barriers.
The winners of DW's three main Bobs awards this year come from Bangladesh, Syria and Mexico.
How does media influence foreign policy? That's the focus of the 2015 Global Media Forum in Bonn.
The media keep chasing after the latest news. Often, post-conflict societies slip off the radar.
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